As a high school math teacher, I have created a number of free printable math charts over the years for other teachers to use with students in their own classrooms. Each math chart is classroom-tested and student-approved.

Below you will find a wide variety of printable math charts that can be used in math classrooms at the elementary, middle school, high school, or even college level.

## Exponent Charts

These exponent charts are especially useful for students when working with exponential and logarithmic functions. If you are a math teacher, you might also be interested in a large poster-sized version of these exponent charts. My students reference these math chart posters in my classroom constantly!

## Factor Charts

These factor charts provide students with the factors or prime factorization of each number from 1 to 100. My algebra students find these factor charts especially useful when we are factoring trinomials or simplifying radicals.

## Hundred Charts

Elementary math teachers will appreciate these free printable hundred charts that can be used in a wide variety of ways in the math classroom.

## Multiplication Charts

This collection of free printable multiplication charts and blank multiplication tables can be given to students as a reference chart or as a times table practice opportunity.

## Prime Number Charts

My students regularly reference these prime number charts when factoring trinomials or simplifying radicals.

## Trigonometry Charts

Check out these free printable trigonometry charts that are perfect for students in a trig or pre-calculus class.

## Miscellaneous Charts

Looking for a math chart not listed above? I have several other miscellaneous math charts that are available to download for free.